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Remember those summers when our family took vacations to Syria to visit our grandparents at their house in the countryside? When Grandmother brought in the Arabic tutor, you and I started at the same level. But you’re so smart, you picked it up a lot quicker than I did. And when I applied to my job, and needed someone to review my cover letter and resume, of course it was you I thought of first. And you didn’t hesitate. You even did the same for Karen.
That’s you, Omar—always loyal and always putting family first. Always there if I need your help with my career. And your love for family also means I get little alerts from you to remind me not to miss a family member’s birthday. You’re really thoughtful in that way.
One memory in particular reminds me of your loyalty. You were so young when this happened, you might not even remember it— but I do. You were 4 and I was 7, and for some reason I was upset at Mom and Dad. I had done something wrong and got in trouble and I didn’t like my punishment. Maybe they took away the Game Boy or something.
Anyway, I started thinking about those pictures I would see whenever Mom took us to the stores—those pictures of missing children. I decided that if those kids could make it on their own, I could too. I was going to run away from home, and with any luck, I was taking you with me. Thanks to your loyalty, I was able to convince you to come with me. So we did it, we ran away from home—not that we got more than a few blocks before the housekeeper found us and brought us back. But still, you agreed to go with me. That’s my loyal brother!
When I was thinking about your defining characteristics, these are the things that came to mind…You are loyal, family-oriented, kind-hearted, reliable, and trustworthy. And very decisive, determined and forthcoming. Once you decide what you want, or what you want to do, you never change your mind. You go after what you want with everything you have and you don’t let anything stop you. No wonder you won that Courage of Your Convictions Award while you were editor-in-chief of the Standard—the high school paper of the American School in London we attended.
And you always got a 100% in class participation while I got a zero!
At the toy store, I would always agonize over which toy to buy, and whatever I chose, I would always regret it. You, on the other hand, would go straight for the toy you wanted, get it home, and be perfectly happy with it.
[Addressing the crowd] Omar is such a private person when it comes to his personal life, I didn’t even know that he and Rachel were dating for 7 years! Even then, I only found out because Mom finally told me. [Back to Omar] I think you had kept Mom and Dad in the dark all that time too. I’m so happy that Rachel is the woman you chose to marry, Omar. You know when I knew she was definitely the one for you? When we were all in Nashville together on that Saturday night, and Rachel never objected or complained that, on our one Saturday night in Nashville, you two were going to turn in early. Right then I knew that she really loved you, that you two were a good match, and she had a kind heart—just like you. I think that’s the key to your relationship—you are both good, kind-hearted people who care deeply about family.
So, here’s a toast to Omar and Rachel! I wish you two both good health and a long, happy marriage."
So, when I was given the opportunity to go to work as a loan officer for him, I jumped at it. It took me about six months to close my first deal, and then I was off and running. I was nineteen years old and doing very well as a loan officer for this mortgage company. I became very successful and learned the business as I went along.
I decided to open my own mortgage company. My winning streak continued. I was a successful young business owner and everything I touched turned to gold. America was having a real estate boom and everything looked very promising.
What could go wrong? The big financial collapse of 2008, that’s what! I was not quite thirty years old. I was hit hard, like most of America. And now I had big problems to solve—not only for me and my family, but for the people I had working for me. It’s hard to put into words all the emotions I was feeling at the time. All I can say is that it was very, very difficult... "